St. Johns County Adoptable Children

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Meet Jason

Jason is an energetic six year old male that likes superhero’s, playing outside on playgrounds and playing with age appropriate toys. Although Jason has made positive strides in school with behavior modification, he finds it difficult to control impulses due to experiencing severe abuse in the past.

Jason would benefit from a 2 parent household that is able to provide one-on-one attention and support. The family dynamic that would be best for Jason would be a family with no other children or adult children.

If you are interested in learning more about Jason and wanting to provide him the forever home he needs, please contact the Family Integrity Program at 904-209-6113.

The Family Integrity Program is a contracted child placement provider for the Department of Children and Families, License #100026974.

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Meet Walker

Walker is a fifteen year old male who is very athletic. He really likes to sing and make people laugh. Walker is currently involved in his school's ROTC program and states he loves the physical activity and discipline it is teaching him. Walker loves healthy food and is really particular with his clothing. He is very bright and does well academically. Walker would thrive in a two-parent household with a strong male role model. He would most likely fit best with either siblings who are significantly older or no other siblings .

If you are interested in learning more about Walker and wanting to provide him the forever home he needs, please contact the Family Integrity Program at 904-209-6113.

The Family Integrity Program is a contracted child placement provider for the Department of Children and Families, License #100026974.

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Meet Hunter

Hunter is a sweet and lovable ten year old male. Hunter needs a patient, loving and committed family to help him meet his many challenges. Although he does not see or speak, he responds to sound and touch. Though he does not walk, he can scoot around on the floor when sitting or laying down, and can also crawl.  He loves to giggle and make silly sounds and he is very flexible! He also enjoys rocking in his little rocking chair. Hunter has an adorable laugh, a sweet smile and a zillion goofy looks. He enjoys feeling the wind on his face and loves to be held.

Hunter receives physical, occupational and speech therapies and continues to benefit significantly from these services. It will be important for Hunter's adoptive parents to have ready access to a full-service children's hospital and local in-home medical services. A parent needs to be familiar with the complexities of Hunter's day-to-day care.

Please contact 904-209-6113 if you are interested in learning more about Hunter.

The Family Integrity Program is a contracted child placement provider for the Department of Children and Families, License #100026974.

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Meet Alexander

Alexander, who prefers to be called Alex, is a fourteen year old boy who is small for his age. He enjoys playing with Legos, video games and riding bikes. He enjoys being active and has participated in Karate and Boy Scouts in the past.

Alex would be best matched with a two parent home and would enjoy the company of other children in the home. Alex is currently engaged in therapeutic services that should remain in place once he's matched with a family. Alex is open to relocating locally as long as he can maintain contact with important connections such as his siblings that are not currently placed with him and current foster family.

If you are interested in learning more about Alex and wanting to provide him the forever home he needs, please contact the Family Integrity Program at 904-209-6113.

The Family Integrity Program is a contracted child placement provider for the Department of Children and Families, License #100026974.

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Meet Gage

Gage is a thirteen year old rambunctious male. He is outspoken and enjoys conversation with people and learning more about them. His hobbies include playing video games and he aspires to be a Video Game Designer in the future. Gage is currently in the eighth grade. He likes to learn new things and his favorite subject is science. When he applies himself and is motivated to do well, he thrives in school. He would benefit from a 1 or 2 parent household with children older than him or no children at all. Gage needs one-on-one attention and support in a structured environment.

If you are interested in learning more about Gage and wanting to provide him the forever home he needs, please contact the Family Integrity Program at 904-209-6113.

The Family Integrity Program is a contracted child placement provider for the Department of Children and Families, License #100026974.